Lenovo ThinkPad P72
Lenovo ThinkPad P72 (Courtesy: WinFuture)

IFA 2018 is just around the corner and Lenovo is not only eyeing the trade fare to introduce a range of new consumer notebooks but is also targeting demanding business customers. Among its upcoming range of products which also include the new ThinkPad X1 Extreme, the company will probably also present the new Lenovo ThinkPad P72.

Before its expected launch, we’ve got first details regarding the specifications and a photo of the Lenovo ThinkPad P72. First spotted by WinFuture, this upcoming mobile workstation has been focussed on customers who want extra power in a relatively compact package.

The overall design has been revamped to give it a more edgy look. The hardware has been updated too with the new Intel “Coffee Lake” SoCs with up to six cores. The display size would be same 17.3-inches with a full-HD IPS panel and works without a touchscreen.

Under the hood, we’ll find Intel Core i7-8750H from the “Coffee Lake” H series, which brings with its six cores a base clock of 2.2 GHz and can clock up to 4.1 GHz when needed. For graphics, Lenovo also adding a Nvidia Quadro P2000 graphics unit with 4GB of proprietary GDDR5 memory to the ThinkPad P72.

There will be 256GB or 512GB of SSD capacity options will be available to choose from along with 16GB or 32 GB of RAM options.

The operating system of course runs Windows 10 Pro in the 64-bit version. Lenovo intends to launch the new ThinkPad P72 workstation notebook shortly after a possible presentation at the IFA.